Set up a network with two PCs, a \"main\" one with radio control via COM port named \"MAIN\", and a second one without any radio control, named \"MULT\"
On MAIN, type 3501 to QSY the radio to 3.501 MHz
On MAIN, type W1AW [Ctrl-Enter] and note W1AW is added to the band map OK
On MAIN, QSY to a new frequency by turning the tuning knob a bit
On MAIN, type K3LR [Ctrl-Enter] and note K3LR is added to the band map OK on the new frequency.
Do all of the following on the MULT PC (the one without rig control enabled)
Type 3527 [Enter] to put the mult radio on 3.527 MHz.
Press Alt-J to display the status window. Note that MULT\'s frequency is properly indicated as (3.527) in parenthesis
Select Window, Radio 1 to view the 80m band map.
Type 80 [Enter] to \"really\" put MULT on 80m (more about that later)
On MULT, type F5MZN [Ctrl-Enter] to put F5MZN in the band map. Note that the spot shows as 3527 in the band map
On MULT, type 3555 [Enter] to move the mult station to a new frequency. Note that the Alt-J Status window is updated
On MULT, type F6FVY [Ctrl-Enter] to put F6FVY in the band map.
Bug: F6FVY is spotted on 3527 MHz (the old frequency, incorrectly replacing the spot for F5MZN)
On MULT, type 80 [Enter]
On MULT, type F6FVY [Ctrl-Enter] again. Now F6FVY is spotted on 3555 MHz
You shouldn\'t have to type \"80 [Enter]\" after every manual QSY such as \"3555 [Enter]\". Somehow band frequency changes entered on the command line are being ignored for spotting purposes, though they are sent around the network OK.